Adwoa Mansah wants to feel close to her husband. Then one day after work she told him: “Yes, I do not feel that our relationship is where I want it to be. If you also feel that your marriage is not what you want it to be and that you are not as close as you want to be to your spouse, here are some things you can do to help you develop the neighborhood. 1. Continue to develop your friendship Do one thing to try to find two new things about your partner every day. Ask questions about your partner’s past and his expectations and hopes for the future. When you pick up new things about your spouse or partner you will continue to wonder what you are still unforgettable if your spouse and your partner will continue to seem exciting to you every time and you are more likely to enjoy his business as a result. So you will love spending time with him and when you share moments often, you will develop fellowship between your two. Getting to know your spouse better also becomes easier to think of for your spouse, the things that make him feel happy, and you will also be easier to avoid problems that can create conflicts. 2. Communicate lovingly Make it a point to talk to each other for at least 10 minutes a day if your partner is at home or not. Let him know how you feel about him and the relationship, what you fear for the future, what he does as you like and what he does that you don’t like, hope you have yourself and how you want your relationship to grow.

Light painting is a creative way to explore photography when you have been bored with taking all the standard pictures or cliché pictures and have taken care of the features of your sophisticated DSLR camera.

While the activity is usually called "Light Painting" there are actually two different styles:

  • Style 1: Light painting... Here you take a light source (like a flashlight) and light it on an object in your scene (for example, a monument or a wall in an interesting building).
  • Style 2: Easy drawing... Here you light the light source directly to the camera and you use the flashlight to write your name or to draw something.

During the remainder of this article, I will use the term "light painting", but it will also include light drawing. Which of the styles you want to explore, you may need to get the following tools:

1. DSLR camera... The reason you want a DSLR is that you must be able to adjust the shutter speed to a special setting called the "Bulb" mode, which is normally marked with a "B" in the shutter panel area. When you set the camera to lamp mode, you can press the shutter button and as long as you hold down the button, you can keep the shutter open. When you release the button, the shutter closes and the photograph is taken. When taking pictures with a shutter speed of 1 second or longer, you efficiently take long-exposure photos and this is central to being able to do light painting photography - forcing the camera's shutter to be open and exposing the digital image sensor to any light entering this ... when you come to work, paint light into the scene or stand in front of the camera to write your name or draw pictures with your light source (which we will come to in a moment).

2. Release of the remote cable... You need one of these because you can not paint outside in your photo and be back on the camera while pressing down the shutter button. In fact, you do not want to do it anyway, because after a while you start fatigue and you will probably begin to introduce some vibration into the camera when your arms begin to shake because of the growing physical effort. This destroys your photos - you want some movement or dynamic effect to come from the light painting activity (this is the main focus of your light painting photos). To solve this, you can connect a remote cable release to the camera, activate the shutter to open, lock the remote so that it holds the shutter in the open position and then you can go and spend as long as necessary to paint or draw with light into your image .

3. Tripod... It is used for the same reason as the remote cable release - to avoid unwanted shakes or vibrations in the camera during long exposure. For example, if you go out in nature, you may not find a sufficiently flat and / or high enough surface to rest your camera, for the scene you want to photograph. A tripod will give you both extra height and a stable base.

4. External Flash (Speedlights)... This is the first of a number of light sources that you can use for light painting. A really cool use for external flashes, as I have seen, is to remove it from the camera and walk around your subject, such as a car, deliberately "popping the flash" as you walk around the subject. If you can also remotely remix your flash drives, you can place them inside buildings or inside cars so that they will be triggered when you press the shutter button - this will give your interior a nice light and you can also introduce other light sources to illuminate the outside. of your topic.

5. Standard LED flashlight... The important thing is to get a flashlight with a "tactical" button that can switch the 5h3 lamp on and off quickly. There are different types of flashlights on the market, some of which have several functions that are selected via a single button. In my experience, you DO NOT want this, because you do not have immediate control over turning on the flashlight on and off, because you have to press the button repeatedly to go through many settings, either to turn the flashlight on or off. Device flashlights are the ones you want - they let you change the flashlight on or off again. These flashlights are often cheaper to buy than multifunction variants, so it's an added bonus.

6. Omnidirectional light source... With "omnidirectional" I mean that you need some kind of torch or lamp that gives you 360 degrees of lighting. This can either be done with a camping lamp (such as the Coleman 2 Way Lantern, which is what I bought) or an LED flashlight, where you can remove the cover, to expose the bulb to the elements - this is actually so you can change light bulbs When they die out, but it is something light painting photographers can take advantage of to get the all-round lighting we need. Actually, when I say "we", what I should say is "what the camera needs". This is because you do light painting photography in the dark and you use this light source, not for light painting, but as a target for your camera's autofocus system, which would struggle in itself in gloomy. Once you have set up your camera, make the next step to the point where you want your camera to focus clearly; Put on your reorganized light source and place it on the ground or a flat surface so it stands up. Then return to your camera, targeting the light source with the autofocus system. turn off auto focus mode (so you do not accidentally draw the right focus when you press the shutter button); and then retrieve your omnidirectional light source so that you can retrieve it from your scene to begin your light painting work.

7. Rogue Flash Gels... These are colored plastic strips that are designed to fit over the head of an external flash, so when you pop the flash you can add any kind of color to the image. If you get an elastic band, you can also carefully fix Rogue Gels over your regular flashlights.

8. Experiment with different LED light products... There are lots of really cheap LED products in places like Amazon - from glow plugs to light absorbers, to gloves with LEDs at the fingertips, to fiber optic cables that have been built into "light painting kits". Waving them in front of your camera can produce all sorts of interesting and colorful effects. Not everyone will necessarily be designed for light painting, but with a little experiment they can add some really cool effects to your light painting pictures.

And it complements the list of tools you may need for light painting.